Slight increase in Canada's net liability to foreign residents

April 2002
Infomat: A Weekly Review;4/5/2002, p2
Trade Publication
Reports an increase in the net liability to foreign residents in Canada. Changes in the amount of the assets and liability; Impact of the liabilities on gross domestic product; Increase in direct investment abroad.


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